|Learning modular policies for robotics. (Volume 8) - Neumann, Gerhard|
This article is from Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, volume 8.AbstractA promising idea for scaling robot learning to more complex tasks is to use elemental behaviors as building blocks to compose more complex behavior. Ideally, such building blocks are used in combination with a learning algorithm that is able to learn to select, adapt, sequence and co-activate the building blocks. While there has been a lot of work on approaches that support one of these requirements, no learning algor...
|Learned graphical models for probabilistic planning provide a new class of movement primitives. (Volume 6) - Ruckert, Elmar A.|
This article is from Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, volume 6.AbstractBiological movement generation combines three interesting aspects: its modular organization in movement primitives (MPs), its characteristics of stochastic optimality under perturbations, and its efficiency in terms of learning. A common approach to motor skill learning is to endow the primitives with dynamical systems. Here, the parameters of the primitive indirectly define the shape of a reference trajectory...
|Notes on the wind-driven ocean circulation - Neumann, Gerhard, 1911-|
Keywords: Wind waves; Ocean-atmosphere interaction
|On wind generated ocean waves with special reference to the problem of wave forecasting - Neumann, Gerhard, 1911- College of Engineering, New York University. org|
"May 1, 1952"
Keywords: Wind waves; Ocean waves; Wind forecasting
|Dean of the College of Engineering, pioneer in coastal engineering, and consultant to General Electric : oral history transcript / 1986-1988 - O'Brien, Morrough P. (Morrough Parker), 1902-1988|
Keywords: University of California, Berkeley. College of Engineering; General Electric Company; Coastal engineering; Engineers -- California Berkeley Interviews